Do SSD hard drives make noises?
The SSD hard drives hardly make any noise, at least not audible to human ears!
SSDs contain no moving parts and are absolutely noiseless during operation; some report buzzing, hissing or whistling, it is more that one of the fans in the PC may be making these noises. CPU fans can be operated at variable speeds depending on the CPU temperature and then switch on occasionally, just like the graphics card fans!
But you cannot completely rule it out, people with very good hearing can already perceive noises that are not perceived with normal hearing!
Just let the others in the household, friends, family or acquaintances listen on your PC to see if they can hear something. If not, you have increased hearing!
Run a test program like IsMyHdOK , if the volume increases during the test, it may be due to the SSD, but other controller chips may also be responsible for the noise!
If possible, change the position of the SSD hard drive in the PC case
On rare occasions, a cable inside came into contact with a fan and made strange noises.
If the laptop is only configured with a pure SSD, check whether it is an SSHD
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